Profile TabsProfileSusan RascheLecturerrasche.firstname.lastname@example.orgOffice: 210 Kottman Hall, 2021 Coffey Rd., Columbus, OH 43210Professional InformationBiography: Sue has a broad range of experience in environmental interpretation, parks and recreation administration, small business management, and local government. During the summer months, Sue works for the National Park Service as an Interpretive Ranger. Her Park Service duties include leading interpretive hikes, Junior Ranger programs, campfire programs, environmental education programs, and many additional visitor service activities. Sue advises students in the Natural Resources Management curriculum track and acts as club adviser for the Parks and Recreation Society. Course Offerings ENR 3611 Foundations in Environment Communication, Education, and Interpretation This is an overview class designed to introduce students from many natural resources tracks to the concept of environmental communication as a management tool. ENR 4610 Natural History of Ohio This field course emphasizes identification skills andthe inter-relationship among physical and biological factors in various ecological settings; field techniques and identification skills are used for research, ENR 4611 Environmental Interpretation and Visitor Services This is a skills-based class focusing on personal interpretation. Students are given hands-on knowledge of, and practice in, interpretive presentations with the goal of preparing them to be entry level interpreters. Independent study coursework is used to certify students as Certified Interpretive Guides through the National Association for Interpretation. Susan maintains her status as a Certified Interpretive Trainer with the National Association for Interpretation and attends national and regional NAI conferences to stay current in the field of environmental interpretation.